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Chaz Ebert, CEO of Ebert Productions, publisher of RogerEbert.com, the world’s preeminent destination for film preview, has started development of a new TV series that will bring movie reviews back to TV, but with a twist. . In partnership with Lights Camera Jackson Productions, “Everybody’s A Critic” is a modern take on the classic movie …

If you see a man who looks like Bruce Willis in Alabama this week, the double take is perfectly fine. The 66-year-old actor is filming the thriller “Die Like Lovers” in the Birmingham area. Jesse Atlas’s director and co-writer has confirmed to AL.com that filming is underway here. The film is based on his 2017 …

How I became a superhero – Photo: Artémis Productions Part of Netflix’s international releases in July 2021 will be supported by a French superhero film How I became a superhero which looks like a mix between The Incredibles, The boys, and Jupiter’s Legacy. The film is adapted from the novel by Gérald Bronner and premiered …

LUCA: 3 ½ STARS Set on the Italian Riviera, “Luca”, the new film from the animated giants Pixar and now airing on Disney +, is a fantasy story about sea monsters with beating human hearts. Jacob Tremblay is 13-year-old Luca Paguro, a shy sea monster with the curiosity of a typical teenager. When he discovers …

Vidya Balan, who has been criticized for her fashion statements over the years as well as her shameful body, has spoken of seeking help from a healer and is on a path to self-acceptance. In an interview with Bollywood bubble, Balan revealed that she works to block negative comments and become more accepting of her …

IN THE HEIGHTS: 4 STARS “In the Heights,” currently in theaters, is a cheerful film based on the award-winning musical Tony by Lin-Manuel Miranda, which will make you feel better at the end of the movie than at the beginning. Energetic, exultant and empathetic, it feels like a long weekend away from real life. A …

It’s one of the oldest cinematic techniques of all, but writer-director Christopher McBride gives us a Go back (15A) with a difference in this psychological time-traveling thriller. The film opens with Fred (Dylan O’Brien) struggling to cope with his dying mother’s dementia; Fred, who works as a data quantifier, angrily tells his wife Karen (Hannah …

When we heard that Jim from “The Office”, a comedy actor on a sitcom, was going to write and direct a sci-fi horror movie, people were pretty tired. But after the first previews dropped and audiences saw the concept for the film on display for just a few minutes, the tide quickly turned. And after …

GOODBYE, GOODBYE, idiots ★★★ ½H, 87 minutes French writer-director Albert Dupontel and Briton Terry Gilliam, who appears briefly in Dupontel’s Goodbye, goodbye, morons, are brothers in political pessimism. Both show signs of believing in an imminent future where the bureaucracy has gone mad in its willingness to sacrifice individual rights to the false god of …

Farewell, farewell, morons ★★★½M, 87 mins French writer-director Albert Dupontel and Briton Terry Gilliam, who appears briefly in Dupontel’s Goodbye, goodbye, moronsare brothers in political pessimism. Both give every sign of believing in an imminent future where bureaucracy has gone mad in its willingness to sacrifice individual rights to that false god, organizational efficiency. Virginie …